Seated next to state Sen. Robert Stivers, a Manchester Republican who is the sponsor of a bill to require prescriptions for cold medications that contain ingredients used to make methamphetamines, recovering addict Melanda Adams described her experiences, including "a loss of innocence."
Seated next to state Sen. Robert Stivers, a Manchester Republican who is the sponsor of a bill to require prescriptions for cold medications that contain ingredients used to make methamphetamines, recovering addict Melanda Adams described her experiences, including "a loss of innocence." AP
Seated next to state Sen. Robert Stivers, a Manchester Republican who is the sponsor of a bill to require prescriptions for cold medications that contain ingredients used to make methamphetamines, recovering addict Melanda Adams described her experiences, including "a loss of innocence." AP

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